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Australia. Parliament. Senate. Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Legislation Committee
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Australian content standard for television & paragraph 160(d) of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 / report by the Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Legislation Committee
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NLq 328.94 AUS
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[Canberra] : The Committee, 1999
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Australian Content Standard for Television & Paragraph 160(d) of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 Report by the Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Legislation Committee February 1999 1
Australian Content Standard for Television & Paragraph 160(d) of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 Report by the Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Legislation Committee February 1999 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS 8
RECOMMENDATIONS 10
CHAPTER 1 BACKGROUND TO THE INQUIRY 13
CHAPTER 2 IMPLICATIONS OF RETAINING SECTION 160(D) OF THE BROADCASTING SERVICES ACT 1992 20
CHAPTER 3 IMPLICATIONS OF REPEALING PARAGRAPH 160(D) OF THE BROADCASTING SERVICES ACT 1992 45
APPENDIX 1 - OVERSEAS LOCAL CONTENT RULES 50
APPENDIX 2 - CULTURAL EXEMPTIONS IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS 52
APPENDIX 3 - NETWORK COMPLIANCE WITH THE AUSTRALIAN CONTENT STANDARD 54
APPENDIX 4 - HOURS OF NEW ZEALAND PROGRAMS ON NEW ZEALAND TELEVISION 56
APPENDIX 5 - EXPENDITURE BY COMMERCIAL TELEVISION ON AUSTRALIAN PROGRAMS 57
APPENDIX 6 - NEW ZEALAND ON AIR SUBSIDIES TO TELEVISION PRODUCTION 58
APPENDIX 7 - COMPARISON OF AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SUBSIDIES TO TELEVISION PRODUCTION 59
APPENDIX 8 - LIST OF SUBMISSIONS 61
APPENDIX 9 - WITNESSES WHO APPEARED BEFORE THE COMMITTEE 63
AUSTRALIAN DEMOCRATS 66
MINORITY REPORT BY ALP SENATORS ON AUSTRALIAN CONTENT REGULATION FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION BROADCASTERS 70
APPENDIX 10 - COPY OF ADVICE ON SIDE LETTER FORM THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT 73

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